2022 Alabama Primary Runoff Elections

These top two runoffs are for races where no candidate received a majority of the vote in the May 24 primary.

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U.S. Senate (Republican)

Katie Britt and Rep. Mo Brooks advanced from the May 24 primary. Britt finished first with 45%, while Brooks bested Michael Durant by 29% to 23% for the second runoff spot. Subsequent polling has seen that double-digit margin for Britt continuing into the runoff. Also benefiting Britt is an endorsement earlier this month by Donald Trump. The winner here will be a prohibitive favorite against Democratic nominee Will Boyd.

Governor (Democratic)

Gov. Kay Ivey was renominated in the Republican primary on May 24. She will be a heavy favorite against the Democratic nominee that emerges from this runoff. Yolanda Flowers finished first in the primary with 38% of the vote; Malika Sanders-Fortier was second with 28%.

U.S. House District 5 (Republican)

Rep. Mo Brooks gave up this seat to run for U.S. Senate. That created an open election in this safely Republican district. In the May 24 primary, Dale Strong finished first with 45%, while Casey Wardynkski was runner-up with 23%.

State Senate

There is one runoff election in each party.

State House

There are six Republican and three Democratic runoffs. Choose a district in the drop down menu.